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On-line vacancy service
Connexions Vacancy service
Thousands of people use our free on-line vacancy service every month to find a job or Apprenticeship opportunity. You can too!
You can sign up to receive free Vacancy Alerts by e-mail to let you know when new jobs that match your requirements are available. Existing users can activate Vacancy Alerts by signing in and selecting 'Update My Details'. You can also create and print your own CV using our on-line CV creator.
The 2006 Employment Equality Regulations removed upper age restrictions for jobs and Apprenticeships. This means that anyone of legal working age can apply for vacancies on our website.
1) New users
Please click here to register. You can then search and apply for vacancies, sign up to receive free Vacancy Alerts by e-mail and create and print a CV.
2) Existing users
Welcome back! Please click here to sign in. You can then search and apply for vacancies, update your details and create and print a CV.
3) To make a search without registering
To make a search without registering click here. You can still apply for vacancies but you'll have to enter your details each time. Register with us and you'll save lots of time when you apply for jobs. Registered users can also create and print CVs using the information they have already entered. Registered users also get their own personalised 'matching jobs list' and can receive free Vacancy Alerts by e-mail to let them know when new jobs are available.
Non-Apprenticeship Training opportunities are available throughout Tyne and Wear in many occupational areas. For more information and to find out how to apply, download the latest edition of Work-based learning Directory by clicking on the link in the Downloads menu on the right hand side of any page on the Connexions website, or speak to your Connexions Personal Adviser.
Useful tips to help you with your application
If you're sending your application in an A4 envelope, remember to affix the correct 'Large Letter' stamp or have it checked and weighed at a Post Office. Employers may choose not to pay the excess postage levied by Royal Mail on underpaid items, so your application might not get the chance to be considered.
Our leaflet Useful tips to help you complete your application form will help you to complete the paper application form.